Daraa, SANA – More than 14 terrorists from the so-called “Islamic Muthanna Movement” were said to be killed in a blast at a workshop for making explosives in the western countryside of the southern Daraa province.
Local sources said the blast took place as the terrorists were rigging explosive devices at the facility, located in Tafas town.
The sources also said clashes renewed between members from Jabhat al-Nusra and the so-called “Liwa Shuhadaa al-Yarmouk” terrorist group in al-Allan area in Daraa western countryside after the former announced on its Twitter account on Sunday that it had killed the chief of Liwa Shuhadaa al-Yarmouk.
Dozens of terrorists from both sides were killed or injured, according to the sources.
Abu Ali al-Breidi, the leader of Liwa Shuhadaa al-Yarmouk, was said to be killed in a suicide attack by Jabhat al-Nusra that targeted one of the terrorist group’s centers.
Social media pages of the terrorist organizations have been reporting news of the infighting between the two terrorist groups, and said that members of Liwa Shuhadaa al-Yarmouk killed around 50 Jabhat al-Nusra leaders in less than one month, in addition to killing and abducting 300 other Jabhat al-Nusra members.